An only child of parents with deprived backgrounds, Marion's early years were lived in a frugal world, with a grandmother who was addicted to prescribed morphine. The girl who emerged from that bleak world was far from frugal. She traveled, suffered the loss of her father, retreated into Christian Fundamentalism, developed an investment portfolio, married, had a family, and earned a post-graduate degree in the field of her dreams. But how did it all happen?
"A Girl Who Didn't Fit In" answers that question. Marion Clark's roller coaster life inspires readers to engage with their own challenges, reflect on themselves, and achieve more tomorrow.